May 10, 2021

Kilmacreedy high tide

 Kilmacreedy is the northside of Lahinch bay approaching Liscannor.

A small low pressure was close to the coast producing a one day swell of waves and wind from the southwest and it brought  a lot of Gulls to within Lahinch bay.

I sat up on the rocks near the graveyard and just let the birds pass me as they come across the bay.

Many Herring Gulls , Great Black backed Gulls, Kittiwake and Whimbrel were the commonest but a few Dunlin and a Bar tailed Godwit were travelling with the Whimbrel

The Barnacle Goose which I found the previous day flew in and landed in the field behind me.

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